The Final Fantasy XV: Uncovered event ended on a high note.
Announced at tonight’s Uncovered event, Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV is a free five-episode anime prequel being released on YouTube, leading up to the game’s September 30 release. Check out the first episode below.
Remember the exciting battles fought in the second coming of Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae? They’ve got nothing on the awesome Niflheim base battle footage show during the final Active Time Report. Check out new combos, warp kills, magical explosions and more.
Magic! Stealth! Magitek armor! Exclamation points! Plus an update on the March event where we expect more useful information, like a release date, all in the latest Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report, kicking off live at 11 PM Eastern.
Have you heard the news? Final Fantasy XV has chocobos! And also there might be airships. Or maybe there won’t. There’s definitely fishing! Here’s a new, revised version of the trailer you saw a month ago!
Final Fantasy XV, a game about the open road and expensive men’s haircare products, is out next year. Here is a trailer, courtesy of IGN, about a car, four dudes and “regalia”.
The Final Fantasy XV demo got a bunch of new features today, including a massive new boss monster that I’m sure someone will figure out how to beat by the end of the day.
This morning, Square Enix released a 3.4 GB patch for Episode Duscae, the demo for Final Fantasy XV. Yes, you read that right. A 3.4 GB patch. For a demo.
It's been three weeks since I first played through the demo for Final Fantasy XV, a video game about what will happen to One Direction now that Zayn's gone. So I've had plenty of time to digest.
Between Tokyo's Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival and the Jump Festa 2015 in Chiba, Japan, fans of the latest two numbered FF games were up to their eyeballs in new info this weekend, from a new playable race in FFXIV to the first female Cid in FFXV. Here's a quick refresher to bring you up to speed.
Above, for your viewing convenience: a solid 50 minutes of Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata talking about Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, Final Fantasy Agito, and of course, the fifteenth main entry in Square's ubiquitous RPG series.
And with the results in from last week's 'Shop Contest, I officially declare the Final Fantasy XV car guys meme over. Let's see if it went out with a whimper or a bang.
In just one month, Final Fantasy XV has somehow transformed from assumed vaporware to a genuine game that feels like it's actually going to come out. After a year and a half of radio silence, today it seems like there's FFXV news every week.
Final Fantasy XV is actually a video game that is actually happening, and new footage released by Square Enix last night shows that it's looking damn good, too.
I think I know why I'm so pumped for Final Fantasy XV: it kind of reminds me of Suikoden.
In the back of the Los Angeles Convention Center this week, on a massive screen that seemed more suited for a movie theater than an E3 show floor, Square Enix was running a loop of video footage from their biggest games. Every ten minutes we'd see their newest and most impressive announcement: Final Fantasy XV.
Disappointed in Final Fantasy XIV? Saddened by Final Fantasy XIII? Don't worry, commenter Zasalamel says Final Fantasy XV is coming, and he'll tell you why it will be amazing in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
In today's fully Fahey-approved edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Paradox Me makes an argument for the greatness of Final Fantasy IX that's more than just saying the name Vivi over and over again.